Fluid droplets could replace plastic lenses in cell-phone cameras, banishing blurry photos.
The modest federal increases for basic research are cheering those worried about the United States' innovation capacity.
Cloned stem cells could offer a clearer window on diseases.
The director of the Planetary Society says the space agency is robbing science missions and manned exploration.
President Bush's 2007 budget boosts the physical sciences, but cuts money for cancer research and other biomedical programs.
Manufacturers are rolling out more and more hybrid devices, such as music-playing cell phones. But what do consumers want?
Researchers suggest a strategy that could weed out dangerous nanoparticles.
A fertility test just on the market in the United Kingdom predicts how many fertile years a woman has left.
Tech companies are looking to curb their enormous appetite for electricity.
In one federal court in East Texas, plaintiffs have such an easy time winning patent-infringement lawsuits against big-tech companies that defendants often choose to settle rather than fight.